Michael K. Calvert, 65, Indianapolis, passed away December 11, 2015. He graduated from Cascade High School in 1968. Mike retired from General Motors Truck and Bus with 34 year of service. Family includes his wife Glenda D. Calvert; son Brian Calvert, daughters Tiffany Cring and Kristi Brickler; step-son, Chad Lucas; 8 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Mike is preceded in death by his parents; Elzie K. Calvert and Coleen M. Gibbons. Visitation will be held on Friday, December 18, 2015 from 1:00PM to 7:00PM at the Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services 1604 W. Morris Street. Funeral service will be at same location at 7:00PM


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  1. May each of you find courage to face tomorrow as you rest in the knowledge that we truly care about each of your needs and that we will be here to walk beside you in your journey of grief.

    Casey Lloyd and the staff of Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services

  2. Mike and I grew up together with the best bunch of friends anyone could have ever asked for. We breathed baseball, basketball if we were not playing in little league we would be playing in backyards or school grounds. Mike was two years older than I not much difference until we came upon the age to move from little league to pony league baseball. Mike was a pitcher as I however he had breaking pitches something I had not learned at that age. As customary the older guys would enjoy breaking the younger pups into the bigger league. I had never batted against breaking pitches therefore Mike had taken upon himself to teach me the do’s and don’ts. We all begin practicing taking turns batting for a new season and Mike was pitching to the younger group. As usual I am wanting to show off to the world about how great of a hitter that I had became, however on this day it wasn’t to be. As Mike threw the first curve ball I had ever had the opportunity of seeing noting that he threw a strike, however I had jumped off the plate 5 feet thinking the pitch was going to hit me. (Mike had a smirk and smile I will never forget that day). After 10 or so pitches and a very humbling experience or after everyone had there fun with me, Mike begin teaching the pitches and how to properly hit the ball. I remember that day as it was yesterday as we did allot together in our lives growing up, however that day was special to Me and Mike as well. A great friend!

  3. I worked with you dad at truck and bus, really enjoyed working with him in schulerland. my deepest sympathy to all. used to run into him at Hoffa’s once in awhile ( well maybe a little more often)He was a good guy who taught me alot about driving a forklift.R.I.P. Mike.. Pam Johnston

  4. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family! Cherish the wonderful memories he has left in your hearts, that will carry you through this difficult time.

  5. Dad I miss you & I love you so very much! You were such a wonderful father because you never once judged me for my mistakes! All you ever wanted was the best for me & for that I am grateful! I am so glad I was able to hold your hand one more last time, kiss you on the forehead & tell you I love you! You will always be with me dad wherever I go! I promise to not let you down! Love you & miss you dearly!

  6. I miss you Dad! I need you! It’s hard tough scary & lonely out here…this world is so mean. I’m lost and alone…thank you for the beautiful Cardinals & feathers!❤ I see you and know you are around often. Keep flying high my angel 🙏💙

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